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sassy
American English: /ˈsæsi/
British English: /ˈsasi/

Translation of sassy in Spanish:

adjective -sier, -siest

(American English) [colloquial]
  • 1.1 (impertinent)
    Example sentences
    • In other words this is sassy, bold, sophisticated cooking.
    • She manages a brash, confident, and sassy manner that works well in the part, but is not overdone to the point of being unwelcome.
    • She took a few sassy steps forward and then stopped in the middle of the space between them all.
    1.2 (brash, jazzy)
    (hat/style)
    llamativo y atrevido

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